Rating: 3 stars out of 5 You never know where the love of your life might turn up. When Matt Connelly suggests to his best buddy Cody Mook that they head to downtown Seattle to audition for the gay reality TV show, Husband Hunters, both agree the experience might be a lark and a chance… Continue reading A Lucy Review: Husband Hunters by Rick R. Reed
Rating: 4.25 out of 5 Humankind possesses a dual nature, the ability to rise to the brightest heights—or sink to the darkest and most perverse depths. What inspires some to reach the pinnacles of virtue while others cannot resist the temptations of vice? Is it something innate, or a result of destiny and circumstance? Delve… Continue reading A MelanieM Review: 7&7 – Anthology of Virtue and Vice by Andrea Speed , Carole Cummings, Rick R. Reed, John Inman, Serena Yates, Clare London, J. Tullos Hennig
Rating: 3.75 stars out of 5 In one day Ollie D’Angelo lost everything. Ollie was dumped by his boyfriend, fired from his job, and his home which was technically his ex’s. But instead of being shattered Ollie found himself exhilarated. Freed of all that had held him in a job he had no passion for and a boyfriend he… Continue reading Review: Dinner at Home by Rick R. Reed
✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍✍ It’s been a busy week at ScatteredThoughtsandRogueWords with May ending and June just beginning. It feels like summer is about to begin. Vacation for some, beach for some, and plenty of wonderful books to read and listen to for all. Up this week I have cowboys, a mad historical impersonation, chefs, a mystery, and some… Continue reading Winner Announcements and the Week Ahead in Reviews, Book Tours and Giveaways
Rating: 4.5 stars Beau is a street artist barely scrapping painting portraits of tourists by on the pier in Seattle. On a good day, he makes enough selling his portraits to get a room in a hourly motel for the night and some soup for dinner. And on the bad days? Well, the doorways of… Continue reading Review: Beau and the Beast by Rick R. Reed
Twas The Night Before Christmas (with my apologies to Clement Clarke Moore) Twas the week before Christmas and all through the house, all the creatures were bonkers, even the house mouse. All the stockings were ready to hang with great care but then Kirby found them, ate some and gave us a great scare. Then a… Continue reading Twas the Week Before Christmas Poem And My Reviews!